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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of adjective.


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  • "Do what you please," was in effect Winter's luridly adjectived answer.

    The Motor Pirate

  • Its furs and millinery, its eyes and figure, its complexion and ankles have flashed out at us from ten thousand magazine covers, have been adjectived in reams of

    Emma McChesney and Co.

  • And he paid for his pleasure in more honourable coin than many a vain woman has laid down since daughters of Eve commenced drawing fops around them -- namely, the adjectived items of hospitality above mentioned.

    From One Generation to Another

  • When Melton and Paradox ran their tremendous race home in the Derby, I heard quite a number of intelligent gentry saying that Paradox should have won but for the adjectived and participled propensities of his jockey.

    The Ethics of Drink and Other Social Questions Joints In Our Social Armour

  • Panic Software are the makers of some of the finest Mac software out there, including the superb FTP application Transmit, the superlative Usenet program Unison, and the hyperbolically adjectived icon tool, Candybar.

    Cult of Mac

  • It was hard, he said in part, it was, upon his Sam, a little hard that a gentleman -- a gentleman, moreover, who had done so much to stimulate local trade with large orders and what not -- could not run up to London for five minutes on business without having his private grounds turned upside down by a gang of cattle-ship adjectived San Francisco substantives who behaved as if the whole of the Buenos Ayres phrased place belonged to them.

    Love Among the Chickens

  • "But tremulous and bewildering and nerve-racking and delicious and myriad-adjectived soul-condition," I interrupted, "known generally as love.

    The Mountebank


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